HITBSecConf2013 – Malaysia: THANKS FOR JOINING US!
It’s been a week since our 11th annual HITB Security Conference. As we wind down only to start back up for #HITB2014AMS, we want to give a big warm THANK YOU to all our sponsors, speakers, crew, volunteers and attendees who made it over to Kuala Lumpur to join us. We had a feature-packed, 2-day event with some mind blowing talks that have been making headlines across a variety of media outlets. Cyril @pod2g and GG’s presentation on the iMessage man in the middle possibilities even made it to TIME! As usual, all event presentation materials are available at the link below and photos from the training and conference days will be posted on HITBSecPhotos soon.
Presentation Materials: http://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2013kul/materials/
Unfortunately, there are no HD video recordings of the talks from the conference with the exception of the keynotes which we’ll be releasing on our YouTube channel. If your company is looking for an awesome branding opportunity for next year’s 5th year celebratory conference in Amsterdam, drop us a line! 2014′s 2-day triple track conference will feature an all-women keynote line up and next year also marks our first ever HITB Haxpo – a 3-day technology extravaganza and IT exhibition for hackers, makers, breakers and builders held alongside the main conference proceedings!
Taking place at Amsterdam’s iconic Beurs van Berlage with support and backing from iAmsterdam, HITB Haxpo is going to be unlike anything that’s been done before. Think IT security exhibition meets Makerfaire with a generous touch of HITBSecConf flavor thrown in for good measure. What exactly does that mean? Imagine an area dedicated to hackerspaces; makers with 3D printers, laser cutters and other fabrication goodies coupled with TOOOL‘s Lock Picking Village, HITB and Mozilla’s HackWEEKDAY developer hackathon, a hackerspaces challenge featuring LEGO Mindstorms EV3, our Capture the Flag ‘live hacking’ competition and topped off by a 3 day IT exhibition featuring Microsoft and Google as the main anchors. The best part? Entrance to the 3-day Haxpo is COMPLETELY FREE!!! Excited? We certainly are!
Haxpo registration and the Call for Papers for our 5th annual conference will open in the middle of November. In the meantime, see below for post conference blog and media coverage from #HITB2013KUL. Did you write about your experience at this year’s conference? Share it with us and we’ll add the link to the list below.
POST CONFERENCE MEDIA COVERAGE
Bypassing security scanners by changing the system language – Help Net Security
Global shipping at risk, major security weakness in vessel tracking system exposed – The Star Online
Ship Tracking Hack Makes Tankers Vanish from View – MIT Technology Review
How to social engineer a social network – Help Net Security
iMessage May Not Be as Secure as Apple Claims – Tom’s Guide
FBstalker Automates Facebook Graph Search Data Mining – Threat Post
Avast! New hacks could steer ships into pirates’ grasp – Ars Technica
Apple’s iCloud iConundrum – does convenience mean insecurity? – Naked Security (Sophos Blog)
Hack In The Box 2013 KUL – Secure List (Kaspersky Blog)
Facebook Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan: We Were Bolstering Security Before Prism – All Facebook
iCloudプロトコルのクラッキングでデータ入手可能、ロシアの研究者が発表 – IT Media (Japan)
蘋果電腦幫 NSA 及各機關行號網管人員在 iMessage 架構中所留下的監聽後門 – Pansci (Taiwan)
Russicher Sicherheitsforscher knackt Apples iCloud-Protokoll – ZDNet (Germany)
iCloud: Protokoll des Apple-Dienstes offenbar geknackt – Computer Bild (Germany)
‘Apple kan wel iMessage-berichten lezen’ – NU.nl (The Netherlands)
Indonesia Juara ke-3 Kompetisi Hacking Dunia – Detik.com (Indonesia)
See you in Amsterdam!!!
#HITB2013KUL Presentation Materials
All presentation materials are uploaded IMMEDIATELY after each talk in PDF format:
#HITB2013KUL – The 11th annual HITB Security Conference in Asia